The ultimate vacation rental, a private wilderness lodge ideal for families, friends, and groups.
- No Smoking
Discover the perfect place to relax, recharge, and refresh with the private rental of our historic wilderness lodge. Built in 1929 and designed by one of Maine’s most popular architects, Felix Arnold Burton, the lodge is Maine’s largest and most famous home of logs. Constructed of local spruce timber, the lodge sits on a foundation of fieldstone spanning 125 feet long by 75 feet wide and stands high on a hillside overlooking Big Wood Lake with majestic evergreens in the foreground. It is truly one of the most gorgeous views in the State of Maine!
You will experience the Northwoods of Maine in a virtually unchanged sporting camp. Upon arrival, enter the great room, flanked with two stately bow-shaped wooden staircases welcoming you to your home away from home. The lodge offers plenty of space for you and your group to gather by the grand piano or relax next to the floor to ceiling natural stone fireplaces (currently unavailable for use) taking in the cathedral beam ceilings and authentic log walls. For fun, you may opt to enjoy the billiards table located in the adjacent game room. The lounge is stocked with books, VHS tapes, and a television* with an HDMI cable, or enjoy a meal in the kitchenette. Don’t forget to step outside and take in the mountain air on the beautiful sundeck for birdwatching or enjoying the acres of land complete with a fire pit for stargazing. The cozy lodge includes nine ensuite guest rooms on two floors. Discover Sky Lodge and Book Now!
*We encourage our guests to enjoy conversations and the outdoors versus electronics. Smart televisions and cable are not provided in the historic lodge.
Each guest room includes bed linens and towels. Amenities consist of hand soap, shampoo, conditioner, and bodywash. Sleeps up to 24.First Floor:
- Sally Mountain: 1 Double Bed 2 Twin Bunkbeds
- Bear’s Den: 1 Double Bed 2 Twin Bunkbeds
- Sutro Suite: 2 Queen Beds 2 Twin Bunkbeds
- Pine Hollow: 1 Queen Bed
- Partridge Roost: 1 Queen Bed
- Nodding Trillium: 1 King Bed
- Lady Slipper: 1 Queen Bed
- Fox Den: 2 Double Beds
- Moose River: 2 Double Beds
*Note. Due to the historic nature of the lodge, there are a few items to consider when booking. Baluster spacing is wide and balcony railings are short, for this reason, the lodge and cabins are not recommended for small children. The facilities at Sky Lodge also contain original wood stairs throughout the property. The walls, ceilings, and floors are all also original and lack internal insulation, sound travels easily, be mindful of your fellow guests.
- Refrigerator and Freezer, 7.1 cu. ft.
- Mr. Coffee 12-cup Coffee Maker with Reusable Filter
- Crock-pot Slow Cooker, 8 quarts
- Extra Large Air Fryer Toaster Oven, 32 quarts
- Pots, pans, utensils, and serving dishes
- Dishes, glasses, and silverware
Need more space? The three-room dining area is available for rent starting at $300 a day. Complete the venue rental request form for rates and more information.